The more powerful a system is, the more heat is generated. In order to avoid overheating and thus serious damage to the laptop, special cooling units, also known as coolers, are used. These are specifically designed for cooling microprocessors.
The cooling unit consists of a heat sink and a fan. The fan, consisting of a fan and a case, generates an air flow that is pushed through the heat sink and removes the waste heat from the notebook.
The material of the heat sink usually consists of aluminum, which is particularly light and inexpensive. The other variant is with copper, which is more expensive because more material is used. A combination of both are the so-called hybrid coolers.
24.Q5AN2.001 original Acer Cooler (DIS)
23.Q5MN4.001 original Acer Fan (GPU)
24.Q59N2.001 original Acer Cooler (GPU/CPU)
23.Q3HN2.001 original Acer Fan (CPU/GPU) (metal blades)
13NB0K00M06011 original Asus Fan (CPU)
813946-001 original HP Fan (CPU)
E32-2500290-A87 original MSI Cooler (CPU/GPU)
FUJ:CA49008-0271 original Fujitsu Fan (CPU)
FUJ:CA49600-0980 original Fujitsu Fan (CPU)
13NB0FM0P01211 original Asus Fan (CPU)
23.GXBN2.001 original Acer Fan (CPU)
23.H14N2.001 original Acer Fan (CPU)
5H40M65453 original Lenovo Cooler (CPU)
L25385-001 original HP Fan (CPU)
L20474-001 original HP Fan (UMA)
13NB0KX0P01011 original Asus Fan (CPU)
40065977 original Medion Fan (CPU)
13NB0DQ0AM0301 original Asus Fan (GPU)
857463-001 original HP Fan (CPU)
23.GP4N2.001 original Acer Fan (CPU)
00UP185 original Lenovo Cooler (UMA)
925012-001 original HP Fan (CPU)
L45100-001 original HP Fan (UMA)
E33-0800560-PC6 original MSI Fan (CPU)
L53541-001 original HP Fan (CPU) CPU
01AW891 original Lenovo Cooler (CPU)
L52034-001 original HP Fan (CPU)
3CWF9 original Dell Fan (CPU)
60MGH original Dell Fan (CPU)
W8DC0 original Dell Fan (CPU)
TJHF2 original Dell Cooler (CPU)
925461-001 original HP Fan (CPU)
M45465-001 original HP Fan (CPU) CPU
M45466-001 original HP Fan (GPU) GPU
M04215-001 original HP Fan 12V CCW
M04216-001 original HP Fan 12V CW
M25871-001 original HP Fan (UMA/CPU)
L20335-001 original HP Fan (CPU) CPU Right
926845-001 original HP Fan (CPU)
M04776-001 original HP Fan (CPU) CPU
M04777-001 original HP Fan (GPU) GPU
L20108-001 original HP Fan (CPU/GPU)
23.HEPN8.001 original Acer Fan (CPU)
13NR0540P01011 original Asus Fan (CPU) CPU
13NR0540P02011 original Asus Fan (GPU) GPU (VGA)
13NB0HT0AM0201 original Asus Cooler (CPU)
L57870-001 original HP Fan (GPU)
5H40S20057 original Lenovo Cooler (CPU/GPU)
Over time, the cooler wears out. Especially the ball bearing of the fan is susceptible to wear and tear or can get stuck. A broken radiator can be recognized by a loud rattling or you can't hear anything that indicates a jammed fan. If the cooling fails completely, the laptop turns itself off after a while to prevent overheating. If the cooler is defective, don't hesitate and replace it as soon as possible, as the mainboard and the entire notebook can suffer enormous damage due to overheating.
Not every cooler is suitable for every notebook, there are differences in fit and connections. Depending on the equipment of the notebook, different coolers are installed by the manufacturer. Therefore you should exactly compare the mounting points and the design of the coolers with your order.
If you want to order a cooler or fan from us in our shop, then do not use the OEM number of the cooler. It is not guaranteed that the cooler fits 100% to your notebook model. The simplest way is to order using the part number that can be seen on your defective cooler. Another possibility is the model search in our shop, where you will be shown the suitable coolers for your notebook model. You can also filter the coolers according to their intended use. A distinction is made between CPU, GPU, chipset, UMA and DIS.
Whether you can replace the cooler/fan of your notebook yourself depends entirely on how the cooler is installed in the respective notebook. Often you only have to open the cover and disconnect the power supply of the fan from the mainboard. Then the screw connection of the cooler can be removed. In some cases, however, the cooler can be very complicated to install, so you should rather leave it to an expert. In this case our in-house repair service will help you. Simply send us your notebook and we will replace the defective cooler.